The Jerwood Drawing Prize inspires us every year, with a wide range of artists' work pushing the boundaries of what drawing means to them.
The show is the longest running of its kind in the UK, featuring 60 original drawings selected from 58 artists. This year it was curated by artist Dexter Dalwood; artist, curator and writer Salima Hashmi and art historian John-Paul Stonard, and features sculpture, found objects, video and of course, drawings.
The Jerwood Drawing Prize is open to all and offers artists a platform to showcase their ideas and expertise, from students to the more established, with prizes for first and second, plus two student prizes.
The exhibition is on from 16 September - 25 October 2015 and will then continue to tour across the UK in various galleries. See their website for further details.
For more detailed pencil drawings and sketches, take a look at our online gallery, displaying Emma's original drawings.
The Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015
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